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Ingersoll Rand - Information Technology Programme

  • Consumer Goods
  • Industrials
Functional area IT
Duration 30 months
Region Europe
Language requirements English (Fluent)
Mentorship program No
Preferred study background Computer science / IT
Recruitment process
  • Online application
  • Telephone interview
  • Face-to-face interview
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Required skills

Leadership 7
Team working 7
Problem solving 7
Communication 6
Creativity 6
Commercial Awareness 6
Pressure Resistance 7
Flexibility 7
Networking 7


Information Technology ADPs will have 3 assignments in at least 2 business sectors and geographic locations over a 30-month period including the opportunity for a cross-functional position.

While on program, IT ADPs will develop a sound information technology foundation that includes various key skills such as:

  • Training in Siebel/Oracle/Web Methods/Navision
  • Financial/Business Acumen
  • End User Awareness
  • Testing Methodology
  • Modeling Skills
  • Third-party exposure
  • Integrations/Migrations

Information Technology ADPs hold positions that allow them to:
  • Envision, design, develop and manage database applicationsInnovate, design and document current and next generation applications, which leverage IT as a competitive advantage and growth enabler for Ingersoll Rand
  • Envision and manage IT solutions in alignment with business strategy
  • Ensure effective planning, coordination and implementation of IT solutions
  • Manage ongoing user relations and leverage resources to ensure issue resolution
  • Envision, design, implement and ensure a secure network topology to drive optimal performance and cost of the network, including hardware and network systems software

"The IT ADP is offering me a unique opportunity to work in a highly dynamic, team-based environment and to expand both my technical and functional experience while working with experts in the field."
- Pat, IT ADP, National University of Ireland, Galway

The ADP is more than a training program; it is Ingersoll Rand's investment in the future leaders of the Company.

  • Receive quality work experience with a developmental focus through rotational positions
  • Experience a cross-cultural environment to gain a global business perspective
  • Interact with senior management
  • Network and relate with over 100 ADP participants around the globe
  • Learn multiple businesses, industries and geographies
  • Develop functional expertise while strengthening leadership skills
  • Gain insight in other business areas through cross-functional opportunities

Training and Learning Events
Ingersoll Rand understands the value of developing our employees. ADPs participate in a variety of learning events that help sharpen their skills.

  • ADP Orientation introduces program members to Ingersoll Rand's strategic vision, business leadership and unifies program members
  • ADP Learning Symposium brings program members together annually to attend interactive sessions led by respected leaders to share best practices, learn and solve key business issues and to further develop global networks
  • ADP Leadership Challenge is a week-long culmination of the program for graduating members to build upon their leadership foundations.


The Ingersoll Rand Accelerated Development Program hires collaborative, driven, genuine and inventive individuals who will graduate with a bachelors or masters degree in the current school year and demonstrate:
  • Leadership skills
  • Academic/functional/technical excellence
  • Willingness to relocate and be mobile
  • Resiliency and the ability to adapt quickly
  • Motivation to accelerate reaching higher levels within the Company
  • Excitement for positively impacting the business
  • Teamwork